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dim

adjective (NOT CLEAR) 不清楚的     /dɪm/ (dimmer, dimmest)
not giving or having much light 光線暗的,暗淡的,昏暗的 The lamp gave out a dim light. 那盞燈發出暗淡的光芒。 He sat in a dim corner of the waiting-room. 他坐在候車室一個昏暗的角落裡。 We could see a dim (= not easily seen) shape in the fog. 在霧中我們可以看見一個模模糊糊的影子。 Darkness and becoming dark literary If your eyes are dim, you cannot see very well. 模糊的,看不清的 Eyesight, glasses and lensesUsing the eyesThe eye and surrounding areaOptics, microscopy and lasers a dim memory/recollection, etc. something that you remember slightly, but not very well 模糊的記憶/回憶等 I had a dim recollection of having met her before. 我隱約記得以前好像見過她。 Memory and memories dimly     /ˈdɪm.li/ adverb The room was dimly lit. 房間裡燈光昏暗。 I dimly remembered seeing the film before. 我記得以前好像看過這部電影。 Darkness and becoming dark dimness     /ˈdɪm.nəs/ noun [U] Darkness and becoming dark
(Definition of dim adjective (NOT CLEAR) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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